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What beats Tonsai?

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Sloppy joe · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Oct 2016 · Points: 0

Hi climbers! The past two years I've been climbing in Thailand's Railay/Tonsai area. I love the combination of sun, beach and easy-access yet fantastic climbing without the need for a car or any transportation really.
But this year I thought I'd try something new. Please give me some tips on where to go. I'll be traveling the world from Feb to Mar.

Steve Sangdahl · · eldo sprngs,co · Joined Mar 2002 · Points: 735

Kalymnos, Greece

BrianWS · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Apr 2010 · Points: 790

Yangshuo, China. Might be a bit cold in February though.

dsauerbrun · · Boulder · Joined Oct 2013 · Points: 55

hey, i built a site exactly for this purpose! will help you filter through world class climbing destinations and get trip beta. When you find something that piques your interest you can use a site like mountain project to find more specific details on the climbing!

It's crowd sourced and open source so if you're interested in contributing feel free!

Let me know if you have any questions or feedback as I'm always trying to improve the site

As for my suggestion... I would check out Paynes Ford in new zealand. The climbing is mostly 15-20m single pitch limestone which is pretty good, but the vibe at the hang dog campground is incredible and there is a sweet river with a rope swing to hang out at after climbing. I was there during NZ summer(our winter) and the scene was quite good.

Steve Pulver · · Williston, ND · Joined Dec 2003 · Points: 455

I love that site, climbcation. It is how I chose Thakhek, Laos for my trip in Feb/March. Hopefully, you will continue to add features.

Guideline #1: Don't be a jerk.

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